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SI Research: This Food Stock Could Be A Potential Gem

As most Singaporeans know, the local food & beverage (F&B) space is cut-throat industry. High rent and start-up costs, relative to the thin margins, are the contributing factors to why the industry is unforgiving. Naturally, with this mentality, local investors also tended to shun the sector entirely.
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3 S-REITs To Go Long On Amidst Uncertainties

Amidst the widespread sell-offs in global equities including the Singapore blue chips, S-REITs showed resilience. High yields, along with a retreating interest rate outlook, gave investors a compelling reason to remain invested. As the trade war between the US and China escalates up a notch, central banks around the world (from the US to EU and China) have been shifting to more accommodative policies to sustain the shaky economic environment.
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3 Blue Chips To Long Amidst The Current Correction

As the US and China returned to trade barbs over bilateral trade, global markets enter a new phase of correction. Not being spared, the local Straits Times Index (STI) also reversed quickly from above 3,350 by end-July to 3,170 level in a matter of one week.
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UE Share Sale Raises Doubt

Early July, the board of United Engineers (UE) came to a decision to sell all its treasury shares to undisclosed third parties, fetching a sum of $56 million. The transaction, facilitated by UOB Kay Hian, represented a meaningful stake of 3.14 percent of the company.
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SI Research: 3 Stocks To Protect Against Recession Risk

According to latest official readings, the Singapore economy is “flirting” dangerously with recession. In 2Q19, Singapore’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew a meagre 0.1 percent, widely missing economists’ expectations of a 1.1 percent growth. Exacerbated by the US-China trade war, the local manufacturing sector dragged the broader economy, contracting by a wider 3.8 percent in the quarter.
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Accrelist Readying For A New Era Of Growth

Years of hard work seem to be paying off for local-listed Accrelist. After taking over the company (formerly WE Holdings) in 2013, the current executive Chairman and Managing Director Mr. Terence Tea has since made strides in the restructuring of the business and that of its subsidiary and crown jewel, Jubilee Industries Holdings (Jubilee).
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SI Research: Sim Leisure Group Has Huge Growth Potential!

In the last issue of Shares Investment, we looked at Genting Singapore and saw how expectations of heavy capital expenditure (capex) can mar investors’ sentiments for the stock. While the high rollers and thrill seekers find their excitement in Sentosa’s casino and rollercoasters, this issue we take a look at an alternative-styled theme park developer and operator based in Penang – Sim Leisure Group (Sim Leisure).